In a budget address, Gov. Sununu promised legislation to allow some out-of-state licenses, abolish others.
Freeman, an early adopter of the virtual currency, gets slammed by a state that can't tolerate any use of money without its permission and knowledge.
People with money on the line try harder than pundits to be right, and they adjust quickly when they've made a mistake.
And is this a good precedent to be setting?
A Senate Candidate's Belated Acknowledgment of Biden's Victory Is a Reality Check for a Trump-Dominated GOP
Until he won the Republican nomination in New Hampshire, Don Bolduc insisted that the presidential election was stolen.
New Hampshire Republican candidates get a leg up from expensive Democratic ad buys.
A bill signed into law this month in Illinois and one awaiting governor approval in New Hampshire would let kids sell non-alcoholic beverages outside their homes.
A new law allows cash-strapped districts to send students to private religious schools.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Case Challenging Massachusetts' Income Tax on Telecommuters Who Don't Live or Work in Massachusetts
The Court left increasingly urgent questions about taxing remote workers up in the air.
A social media struggle in the New Hampshire L.P. fractured a state party and triggered a national meltdown.
An Illinois resident obtained a TRO by citing a 30-day limit, while a New Hampshire hair salon owner says the goal of her state's lockdown has been achieved.
Paradoxically, in the current moment—a moment Biden helped to create by blocking Bork—being unqualified for the presidency is the best qualification a candidate can have.
In New Hampshire, Biden says marijuana should be "basically legalized." That's an accurate representation of his proposed policies, but it also shows how he's lagging on the issue.
People who voted for Donald Trump have far more favorable views of Gabbard than those who voted for Hillary Clinton. And because the state has an open primary, that could be significant.
The state attempted to recall the vanity plate on the grounds that it referenced "excretory acts or functions."
State Regulators Punish Doctor for Cutting a Pain Patient's Opioid Dose and Dropping Him After He Became Suicidal
The decision by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine suggests state officials are beginning to recognize the harm caused by the crackdown on pain pills.
“I wanted to be more than somebody who is the son of a murder victim.”
An ACLU brief bolsters the state's case, arguing that people reasonably expect information about the medications they take will be kept confidential.
The bipartisan push to remove capital punishment from state law is moving forward.
The city defines nudity as showing nipple, but only if you're a woman.
Members are moving to New Hampshire and running for office in record numbers. Will they bring "liberty in our lifetime"?
It's not a crime to travel with lots of cash. But you still might be treated like a criminal.
Candidate Kicked Out of New Hampshire Libertarian Party Nonetheless on House Primary Ballot as a Libertarian
The controversy highlights how the party can benefit from its statement of principles, which were protected at its recent national convention.
We asked the attendees at PorcFest 2018.
The Department of Justice's loophole lets officials seize property without having to get a conviction.
Did a small number of complaints get used to punish bureaucracy-rejecting physician?
Border Patrol Sets Up Immigration Checkpoint in New Hampshire; Nearly Twice as Many Drug Arrests Result
The Fourth Amendment-destroying powers of the Border Patrol continue to harass Americans.
Despite an agenda mostly aimed at less government spending and interference in people's lives, creeping libertarianism frightens some New Hampshire progressives.
First-termers Caleb Dyer (former Republican) and Joseph Stallcop (former Democrat) both switched their Party allegiance to Libertarian.
Q&A with Free State Project President Matt Philips.
Tightening the rules would be great-if the police couldn't bypass them entirely.
Former Free State Project head named president of even-more-out-there group!
The national security whistleblower talks to the Free State Project from an undisclosed location in Russia.
Borscht Belt puppet hilariously microaggresses New Hampshire college students.
These pioneering libertarians, soon to be 20,000 strong, have already changed Granite State laws.
A woman used the word to describe Ted Cruz at a rally, The Donald repeated it, and everyone's losing their minds.